One-armed woman whose online dating bio "won the Internet" goes viral again with comment on shark attack

Scott lost an arm in a moped accident and described herself on Tinder as an "arms dealer" who had a 10/10 face, 9/10 body and "1/2 arms."


                            One-armed woman whose online dating bio "won the Internet" goes viral again with comment on shark attack

Lauren 'Duck' Scott, whose profile on dating app Tinder went viral, has set the social media abuzz again with her comment on a video showing a woman being attacked by a shark. 

Scott lost an arm in a moped accident and described herself on Tinder as an "arms dealer" who had a 10/10 face, 9/10 body and "1/2 arms."

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Scott on Wednesday shared an article on Twitter about a woman being dragged overboard by a shark after latching onto her as she fed it during a holiday in Australia.

Scott shared the article with a comment, saying: "Y’all don’t deserve arms I swear to God."

The woman who was attacked was identified as Melissa Brunning. Reports state that she was feeding a group of nurse sharks in Dugong Bay when she was attacked. She was reportedly feeding the deadly predators despite being given strict instructions to not do so.

Brunning later escaped alive and was just treated for an infection in her finger, according to reports.  

 



 

 

Scott's followers on the popular microblogging site, 132,000 of them, loved her comment with some Twitter users calling it "Tweet of the day!" and tweeting "This is genius."

Scott lost her arm in 2016 when she was just 19. She crashed her scooter into a center median on Cannon Road near Hemingway Drive in San Diego in a suspected DUI collision. Reports state that Scott, after hitting the median, was thrown from the scooter and struck a road sign. The impact resulted in the severing of her arm. 

Scott lost her arm in a moped accident after she flew off and hit a sign. (Twitter/@DuckFanAccount)
Scott lost her arm in a moped accident after she flew off and hit a sign. (Twitter/@DuckFanAccount)

The Tinder star, while talking to BuzzFeed News about the accident, said: "I was going pretty fast on a moped and lost control of it, and I hit the median in the road. I flew off and hit a sign and it sliced my arm off. I stayed conscious the whole time."

She added that she was lucky and her life was saved by a police officer on the scene who had recently received tourniquet training.

"I remember I asked the cop, ‘Hey, am I gonna die?’ and he said, ‘No, you’ll be fine,'" she said.

Scott's Tinder profile, where she made fun of her disability, went viral last year as she received dozens of marriage proposals and thousands of date requests. 



 

  


 


When asked later about her profile on the dating app, she said that she'd created it when she was drunk. 

Tinder reportedly reached out to her too and donated $15,000 to her GoFundMe page to raise money for her prosthetic arm.

Scott's popular among her Twitter followers for her sense of humor:

 



  


 


  


 


 

Scott now posts sexy pictures on her subscription-only Patreon account, according to reports.